1 WARNING 5. Warning for 12A DC Measurement 4-1. RANGE Switch 2-2. MEASUREMENT SPECIFICATION. 1. Set RANGE Switch to 600/12A position and insert red test lead to 12A terminal. Set RANGE Switch to an appropriate measurement range. When measuring Measurement Items Measurement Range Tolerance (Insert black test lead to COM terminal.) uncertain voltage or current, firstly set the switch to the highest range enabling to DC Voltage ( ) 3% full scale 2. 12A DC range is not fuse-protected. Do not measure any current that might measure an approximate value. Then, change the switch to an appropriate range.
2 ANALOG MULTITESTER AC Voltage ( ) 12V/30V/120V/300V/1200V 4% full scale exceed 12A to avoid electric shock hazard and serious damage to the instrument. 3. Do not measure any voltage in 12A DC range. Do not measure / terminals Notes for the appropriate range selection DC Current ( ) 60 A/3mA/30mA/600mA/12A 1 3% full scale of car battery directly (fig. 3). Do not measure household wall socket (fig. 4). Voltage and Current : Place the pointer right side of the meter scale (between INSTRUCTION MANUAL Resistance ( ) 5k /500k /5M ( 1/ 100/ 1k) 3% length the center and the maximum scale).
3 Resistance : Place the pointer around the center of scale. Temperature ( ) 2 50 to 250 3% length KF-32 Continuity ( ) Buzzer at approx. 30 or less WARNING. Black Red Internal Resistance : DC Voltage 20k /V, AC Voltage 10k /V Before starting the measurement, confirm that the RANGE Switch is set to NOTE 1 : Continuous measurement in 12A DC range is restricted up to 1 minute. 1200 OFF 1200. the correct position. Do not measure any voltage except in the and 300 300 0 . More than 1 minute interval is necessary for the next measurement. 120 120. 30 30 ranges to avoid electric shock hazard and serious damage to the instrument.
4 NOTE 2 : Temperature measurement requires the optional 810-02 temperature probe. 12 12. 12A 3. 1k To avoid electric shock hazard or serious damage to the instrument, detach 100. test leads from the measuring circuit before changing RANGE Switch to 60 A TEMP. DC. 3 30. 1. 600 Bz mA /A 12A COM. Car Battery another position. 3. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Fig. 3. Correct knowledge of electric measurements is essential to avoid unexpected FOR SAFETY MEASUREMENTS!! danger such as operator's injury or damage to the instrument. Read the following Household 4-2. Meter Scale (How to read).
5 Precautions carefully for safety measurements. Wall Socket scale To prevent an electrical shock hazard to the operator and/or damage to the 3-1. WARNINGS. instruments, read this INSTRUCTION MANUAL carefully before using the DC/AC scale WARNING 1. Checks of the Instrument and Test Leads instrument. WARNINGS with the symbol on the instrument and this Common use for;. Before measurement, check if there are no damage to the instrument and the test 1200 OFF 1200. INSTRUCTION MANUAL are highly important. 300 300 0 . DC Voltage ( ). leads. Dust, grease and moisture must be removed.
6 120. 30. 120. 30 AC Voltage ( ). Important Symbols : 12A. 12. 3. 12. 1k Black Red DC Current ( ). The symbol listed in IEC 61010-1 and ISO 3864 means "Caution (refer WARNING 2. Prohibition of High Power Line Measurement 60 A. DC. 3 30. 1. 100. TEMP. 600 Bz . Do not measure High Power Line (High Energy Circuits) such as Distribution mA /A 12A COM. to INSTRUCTION MANUAL )". TEMP( ) scale Fig. 6. Transformers, Bus Bars and Large Motors. High Power Line sometimes includes Fig. 4. WARNING High Surge Voltage that could cause explosive short in the instrument and could 1. DC/AC Scale : AC/DC Voltage, DC Current (V, A, mA, A).
7 The symbol in this MANUAL advises the user of an electrical shock hazard result in shock hazard. Generally, shock hazard could occur when the current WARNING 6. Correct Selection of Range Switch Select appropriate scale from "0 - 6", "0 - 12", or "0 - 30" according to the selected between the circuit, that involves more than 30V AC or DC, and ground Always confirm that RANGE Switch is set to the correct position. Do not measure that could result in serious injury or even death. measurement range applying the certain multiple. goes up to or more. any voltage except in the and ranges.
8 1. Examples : DC range : Read "0 - 30" scale multiplying by 100 . CAUTION 120V DC range : Read "0 - 12" scale multiplying by 10. The symbol in this MANUAL advises the user of an electrical shock hazard WARNING 3. Warning for High Voltage Measurement WARNING 7. Maximum Input Observance 60 A DC range : Read "0 - 6" scale multiplying by 10. that could cause injury or material damages. Even for Low Power Circuits of electric/electronic appliances, such as heating Do not measure any elements that might exceed the specified maximum input 600mA DC range : Read "0 - 6" scale multiplying by 100.
9 Elements, small motors, line cords and plugs, High Voltage Measurements are values of each measurement ranges. very dangerous. To avoid electric shock hazard, pay careful attention not to touch 2. Scale : Resistance ( ). any part of the circuit. WARNING 8. Test Lead Detachment WARNING Detach test leads from the measuring circuit before changing RANGE Switch to Multiply the scale value by the measurement range value. Examples : 1 range : Read the scale value directly. Do not measure High Power Line (High Energy Circuits). High Power Line WARNING 4. Warning for Dangerous Voltage Measurement another position or removing rear case for battery or fuse replacement.
10 100 range : Multiply the scale value by 100. is very dangerous and sometimes includes High Surge Voltage that For dangerous high voltage measurement, strictly observe the warnings below 1k range : Multiply the scale value by 1,000. (see Fig. 1). could cause explosive short in the instrument and could result in serious 3-2. GENERAL WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS. injury to the operator. This instrument is for Low Power Line Do not hold the instrument in your hands. 3. TEMP ( ) Scale : Temperature ( ). Keep safety distance from the circuit to be measured and the test leads not to WARNING 1.